Saunders House, 52-53 The Mall, Ealing

Flexible workspace specialists HEWN is pleased to announce that it has advised the owner of Saunders House, Ealing on the successful letting to The Boutique Workplace Company. The 19,000 sq ft property, located in Ealing, West London, will provide 310 workstations for the Borough’s growing business community when it opens later this year.

Given the flexible workspace market’s rapid growth and the sheer number of operators, with over 1,400 in London alone, the building owner understood the importance of the growing sector and specifically approached Will Kinnear as the flexible workspace specialist to find the right operator for the premises. Using HEWN’s extensive operator relationships and detailed market knowledge, The Boutique Workplace Company were selected and a 10 year lease on the whole of the premises was agreed.

Saunders House is a 1960s office building located at 52-53 The Mall in Ealing, the interior will be modernised with a contemporary feel to all floors. The Building is well located, in close proximity to Ealing Broadway tube station, which will benefit from the Elizabeth Line due for completion in late 2020.

This deal marks a further phase in The Boutique Workplace Company’s growth and reflects the increasing popularity of the firm’s offer. The Company is a leading provider of design-led workspace set within smaller, self-contained properties, and its portfolio of 34 centres includes some of the market’s most stylish and well-designed flexible offices. Planned new workplace features in Saunders House will include a member’s lounge, breakout spaces, a private car park and a roof terrace. The building will be fully operational and ready for occupation in the Autumn of this year.

Will Kinnear, Director at HEWN, commented:“As the UK’s specialist flexible workspace agency we were delighted to advise the owners of Saunders House on the letting of the entire property to The Boutique Workplace Company.  We were appointed specifically to introduce and negotiate terms with a flexible workspace operator and The Boutique Workplace Company were a perfect fit for the premises.”

Daniel Wheble, CEO of The Boutique Workplace Company commented:“With demand for our product continuing to soar, this acquisition opens up a new and interesting market for us. Our workplace in Wimbledon has similar demographics, so we believe this location will perform well and deliver a cost-effective but stylish solution to occupiers in the area.”